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(Request ) root exploit ZTE blade v

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I have been reading the forums / threads regarding rooting this good device and it could do with some clarification regarding loosing the camera. So could someone please give the easiest way of rooting without damage to the phone as there is no recovery. Thanks in advance J . Someone who has done it cheers.

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From what I read, it was some version of bin4ry's root method repacked into a Chinese windows program that worked on this device (thread also has links to warez apps). So just use bin4ry's original method instead.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1886460

What do you mean there's no recovery? Of course there's a recovery - stock recovery. You can use it to flash official ZTE updates and restore your device to the original firmware.

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Thanks KonstaT feel safer listening to you're advice so all done and dusted and wishing you came onboard full time as I think you would like the phone. Its rapid and well built. Thanks again J.:D

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From what I read, it was some version of bin4ry's root method repacked into a Chinese windows program that worked on this device (thread also has links to warez apps). So just use bin4ry's original method instead.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1886460

What do you mean there's no recovery? Of course there's a recovery - stock recovery. You can use it to flash official ZTE updates and restore your device to the original firmware.

http://www.modaco.com/topic/365062-zte-blade-v-stock-roms/

 

 

I used that strange Chinese program and it didn't seem to work. When I try to use programs to remove system apps (e.g. Facebook), the programs crash. I installed a program called "root checker" which says that the phone is not rooted. It's not inconceivable that I screwed up however.

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The Chinese one works just make sure that USB debugging is checked and you looking for a su symbol like that one two from the bottom right which I quite like. And follow the brief destructions properly

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